The NeoMano robotic glove brings control back to paralyzed hands

 This time last year, we looked at Neofect’s Raphael, a “smart glove” designed to help patients rehabilitate a hand after a stroke. At this CES, the Korean company is showing off a brand new glove concept — one designed to offer a more immediate solution for those suffering from paralysis due to a spinal cord injury.  Like Raphael, the NeoMano prototype is a strange… Read More

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